And Guardians Of The Galaxy star Chris Pratt did not disappoint!
[Image via Twitter.]
We all would've loved to have seen Finn and Rachel back in the choir room for the final scene. Tear.
So when season five came to an end, everyone was wondering what the writers would come up with for the final season of Glee. It was certainly a hot topic of discussion!
A couple months ago, the Glee creator revealed that he wanted to end the final season of the dramedy with what he called a "time jump" and it sounds like we're getting just that!
The 48-year-old revealed that the show is going back to its roots in the final season.
Things are going to get extra Freaky on this season of American Horror Story
As if Sarah Paulson with two heads didn't creep us out enough, it has been confirmed that season 4 will take place in 1950s Jupiter, Florida.
Jessica Lange is also back (FREAK yes!) as a German-crazy ringleader to a team of peculiar characters in one of the very last carnival freak show in the U.S.
While creator Ryan Murphy promises this will be the best storyline yet, this stint is bittersweet considering it will be Jessica's last season. *TEAR*
It's all happening, people…
The AH-Mazing actress — known for playing the Supreme, a fierce lesbian journalist and more, is taking a crack at dual roles.
More specifically, a conjoined twin circus act!
She shared a sneak peek of her character's double look on Twitter today, saying:
Oh no! Jenna Ushkowitz has split from her man!
The Glee star and her boyfriend Michael Trevino have broken up after three years of dating.
When a photographer noted Michael's absence from the event and asked if they were still a couple, Jenna answered:
More specifically, the rumor of Naya possibly leaving the Fox show before the series finally ends.
Ryan scoffed at the rumors when they first started, saying:
What the WHAT?
Like many other networks, Fox revealed their line-up for the upcoming Fall 2014 season — and Glee was noticeably missing from the list!
Deep breathes! DEEP BREATHES! Don't get too upset just yet…
The musical dramedy, along with American Idol and a couple new shows, will actually be making their debut midseason!
But according to Kevin Reilly, Chairman of Entertainment at FOX Broadcasting Company, he's saying Gleeks shouldn't worry about the final season of the series being cut short since it's airing a lot later than it usually does.
He reassured us all: